Kickball Showdown 2020 - Sponsorships

May 8, 2020 @ 11:30AM — May 22, 2020 @ 2:00PM Eastern Time (US & Canada)

Join the Commercial & Residential Realtors of the North Bay for a barbecue and kickball tournament benefiting Next Generation Scholars! Come connect, have some fun, and support this worthy cause.

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An anonymous donor will match all money raised up to $25,000!

There are currently no tickets available for this event, but you can still make a donation.


This tournament pits commercial against residential realtors in an annual showdown for kickball championship bragging rights while raising needed funds for Next Generation Scholars.

Each sponsorship level comes with the following:

Grand Slam ($2,000)

  • Headline recognition in all communications
  • Headline placement on event materials
  • Product placement opportunity
  • Headline logo & link on
  • Includes up to16 players

Home Run ($1,000)

  • Priority recognition in communications
  • Priority placement on event materials
  • Product placement opportunity
  • Priority logo & link on
  • Includes up to 8 players

Triple ($500)

  • Premium Recognition in all communications
  • Premium listing on event materials
  • Premium logo & link on
  • Includes up to 6 players

Double ($250)

  • Recognition in all communications
  • Listing on event materials
  • Listing & link on
  • Includes up to 4 players

Single ($100)

About Next Generation Scholars

Next Generation Scholars believes equal access to higher education is the key to making positive change within our community. Our mission is to level the playing field by providing dedicated underserved students with all the advantages available to those of privilege. Next Generation Scholars provides low-income students in Marin with year-round academic programming and social services to access and successfully complete college.

Over our 13 year history, 100% of our students have been accepted into college with full financial aid following high school graduation and 95% of these students graduated college within 5 years.